Hanoverian Champion of the 2007 Elite Auction in Verden
Now matured, Carlucci has the format of a sporty, modern main sire and is a real eye catcher with his dark coat, three good gaits and unbelievably good rideability. After successfully starting his career in Hesse, he changed hands at the Hanoverian Spring Auction in 2007 for a price that broke all records at the auctions in Verden and is now at Gestüt Sprehe where he successfully continues his career. Carlucci took his stallion performance test in Adelheidsdorf. His canter and constitution stood out and his great talent for jumping, on the course as well as on the cross country, was rewarded with top scores. As a four-year old he won and placed in novice (A) and elementary (L) level tests for young show jumpers. In 2008, after winning many elementary (L) and medium (M) level classes for young show jumpers, he was a finalist in the Bundeschampionat in the class for six-year old show jumpers. As of 2009 ribbons in medium (M) and advanced (S) level show jumping tests, also in international competitions, were added to Carlucci's record. The type and sporty looks of his first crops are convincing. The eldest are now successful at shows. They stand out due to their generously given jumping ability, which is confirmed impressively by the FN's estimated breeding value statistics in jumping (131 points) and dressage (116 points). In 2011 his first son named Cäsar was licensed in Zweibrücken.
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His sire Contendro I earned the status of a trademark stallion very early. More than 60 licensed sons are on record for this stallion performance test winner, including the Oldenburg-International (OS) Champion Stallion and performance test Reserve Champion, Charming Boy, the stallion performance test Reserve Champion Condiro, Bundeschampion Captain Fire and the top auction horses Codex One (internationally successful under Christian Ahlmann) and Carlucci. In 2005 his daughter Con Pleasure became the OS Champion Mare in Vechta. The dam's sire Glücksstern was the Champion Stallion of the 1983 licensing in Verden and produced outstanding material for breeding and sport in the just three years he bred such as the licensing winner Glücksgriff, the licensed stallions Glückspilz, Glückstaler I and II, Glückstag and Glücksfall. The Thoroughbred Jet Stream xx, found in the third generation, sired outstanding event horses and also licensed sons such as Jaccar (AUT), Jet Run, Jet Set and Jongleur. Through Davos, Valentino xx and Winkel, the next generations on the dam's side lead to line 380/Feintri (by Feinschnitt II-Neidhardt-Nebo-Defilant-Junior-Fingal I-Schegolew-Casio), which produced, among others, the stallions Balaton (private stallion Hanover), Cristal du Coeur, Drossan (private stallion Oldenburg, Saxony), Galoubet van de Helle (private stallion Belgium), Highlight (USA), Paso Primo (private stallion Westphalia), Polypur (private stallion Rhineland), Sunyboy (private stallion Brandenburg) and Wendenburg (State Stud Celle).
Licensed for Hanover, Oldenburg, OS-International, Westphalia and Rhineland as well as all Southern German and new German State Verbands. Admitted to the Hanoverian Jumper Breeding Program.
Breeder: Joachim Beckmann, Freiburg
|Contendro I||Contender||Calypso II||v. Cor de la Bryère|
|St.Pr.St. Grace||Glücksstern||Gardestern I||v. Gotthard|
|Jerubina||Jet Stream xx||v. Nelcius xx|